Arizona is a hiking enthusiast's dream, with more than a hundred trails from which to choose. Websites like www.arizonahikingtrails.com include a list of free trails and the degree of difficulty for each hike.
Arizona offers dozens of campgrounds that are absolutely free. Go to http://www.freecampgrounds.com/results.aspx?s=5 for a list of locations.
More than 200 free biking trails are available in Arizona. Use the search feature at www.go-arizona.com/Biking to find trails by degree of difficulty, distance and region.
While the Canyon itself has an admission charge, Park Rangers offer free guided tours, and there are free shuttle buses to get you around the park. Kids can become Junior Park Rangers and receive a free activity booklet.
Cast Your Line
Arizona offers several free fishing instruction programs that can help you learn everything from baiting a hook to catching more fish. There's even a free fishing day when no license is required.
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